For the intellectually curious and the academically adept, the Honors Program at PUC provides a stimulating environment for completing General Education requirements for any baccalaureate degree with a cohort of serious scholars in seminars focused on in-depth understanding through lively discussions.
Honors courses encourage the exploration of challenging ideas through analytical reading, careful thinking, and stimulating discussions. These courses focus on depth of knowledge through a thematic approach that intertwines disciplines.
Why should you join the Honors Program at PUC?
- Take an Honors seminar in another country
- Be well-prepared for graduate and professional school
- Take fewer General Education classes, making space for a potential second major
- Take home a diploma stamped “With Honors”
Check out the Honors Program’s Instagram account @PUCHonors to see photos from their recent study tour to England!
Program entry requirements:
- Strong reading and writing skills
- Minimum 3.5 high school GPA
- SAT of 1700 or ACT of 26
- Highly motivated to pursue understanding
A Student’s Perspective
Recent graduate Laurel Kwon, who studied English and Honors at PUC, recently completed her final Honors project, for which she translated her understanding of Jane Eyre into a 10-minute piano composition. “I thought it would be fun to connect my English major side with my musical side,” she says. Read “Words to Notes: Honors Student Composes Piano Version of Jane Eyre” to learn more about Laurel’s capstone Honors project.
You can also hear from alum Emily Mathe about her experience with Honors at PUC by reading her “4 Reasons You Might Belong in the Honors Program” blog post and why you should consider joining the Program!
Apply to the Honors Program
Apply to the Honors Program at PUC today! Visit puc.edu/honors to learn more about the Program, including faculty mentors, seminars, the capstone project, and other student opportunities. Freshmen enrollment is limited to 20 students per year. Online applications are reviewed monthly until all seats are filled.
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